The organization widely considered to be the gold standard on transgender health care has removed its age recommendations for minors to receive hotly debated transgender medical interventions from its guidelines — and it won’t explain why.It recommends parental consent, if possible. If not, it recommends counseling for the parents until they consent. If they still are not persuaded, then it recommends proceeding without consent.
The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) published a correction to its Standards of Care 8th Edition this week, removing those sections on “suggested minimal ages for gender-affirming medical and surgical treatment for adolescents.”
Saturday, September 17, 2022
New Sex-Change Medical Guidelines
The Daily Signal reports: